Eminem's 'Southpaw' Soundtrack Ropes in the Weeknd, Gwen Stefani, Joey Bada$$

Eminem's 'Southpaw' Soundtrack Ropes in the Weeknd, Gwen Stefani, Joey Bada$$
In addition to Eminem's new "Phenomenal" single, the previously teased soundtrack to boxing drama Southpaw will feature a mix of new and previously unheard material from the Weeknd, Gwen Stefani, Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and more. Em's executively produced soundtrack lands like a mean left hook July 24, the same day the film hits theatres across North America.

As previously reported, the soundtrack arrives through Slim's Shady Records imprint. Eminem is set to contribute the aforementioned "Phenomenal," a collaboration with Gwen Stefani called "Kings Never Died," and a pair of tracks as part of his Bad Meets Evil project with Royce Da 5'9". The latter's Slaughterhouse project also have a song on the set.

Elsewhere, Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$ connect for another joint cut, Royce da 5'9" and DJ Premier's PRhyme bring Logic out for "Mode," and Toronto R&B artist the Weeknd's "Wicked Games" single has been dusted off for the project as well.

The collection is bookended by pieces from composer James Horner. Sadly, the film and soundtrack are being released posthumously, as Horner passed away in a plane crash earlier this week.

You'll find the rest of the details on the soundtrack, which also includes appearances from the Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes, down below.

Southpaw: Music From and Inspired By the Motion Picture:

1. James Horner "Cry For Help (Part 1)"
2. Eminem "Kings Never Die" (ft. Gwen Stefani)
3. Rob Bailey & The Hustle Standard "Beast" (Southpaw Remix, ft. Busta Rhymes, KXNG Crooked & Tech N9ne)
4. Denaun "This Corner"
5. Action Bronson and Joey Bada$$ "What About The Rest Of Us" (ft. Rico Love)
6. Bad Meets Evil "Raw"
7. Slaughterhouse "R.N.S."
8. The Weeknd "Wicked Games"
9. Bad Meets Evil "All I Think About"
10. PRhyme "Mode" (ft. Logic)
11. The Notorious B.I.G. and Bone Thugs N Harmony "Notorious Thugs"
12. Eminem "Phenomenal"
13. James Horner "Cry For Help (Part 2)"